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A. Rodent
Any of various mammals of the order Rodentia, characterized by large incisors adapted for gnawing or nibbling.

  1. Squirrel
  2. Beaver
  3. House Mouse
  4. Rat
  5. House Rat
  6. Sewer Rat
  7. Roof Rat
  8. Brown Rat
  9. Bandicoot Rat

Any wingless, carnivorous arthropod of the class Arachnida, having a body divided into two parts, the cephalothorax and the abdomen, and having eight appendages and no antennae.

  1. Spiders
  2. scorpions
  3. daddy-longlegs

An annoying or troublesome insect causing nuisance. and an insect or other small creature that harms or destroys garden plants, trees, etc.

  1. Cockroach

D. Acarid
An arachnid of the order Acarina, which includes the mites and ticks. Acarids are small to minute, have no division between the cephalothorax and abdomen, and are often parasitic.

  1. Brown Dog Tick
  2. Grain / Flour Mite

Any living species of the class Insects, comprising small, air-breathing arthropods having the body divided into three parts (head, thorax, and abdomen), and having three pairs of legs and usually two pairs of wings.

  1. Silverfish
    A wingless, silvery-gray thysanuran insect, Lepisma saccharina, that feeds on starch, damaging books, wallpaper, etc.
  2. Firebrats
    A small, wingless insect (Thermobia domestica) related to the silverfish and inhabiting warm areas of buildings, as around furnaces or boilers.
  3. Termites
    Any of numerous pale-colored, usually soft-bodied social insects of the order Isoptera that live mostly in warm regions and many species of which feed on wood, often destroying trees and wooden structures.
  4. Bedbug
    A flat, wingless, bloodsucking hemipterous insect, Cimex lectularius, that infests houses and esp. beds.
  5. Woodborer
    Any of various insects, insect larvae, or mollusks that bore into wood.
  6. Ants
    Any of various social insects of the family Formicidae, characteristically having wings only in the males and fertile females and living in colonies that have a complex social organization.

F. Reptile

  1. Gecko
    Any of numerous small, mostly nocturnal tropical lizards of the family Gekkonidae, usually having toe pads that can cling to smooth surfaces: the largest species,

G. Bird

  1. Feral Pigeon
    Any bird of the family Columbidae, having a compact body and short legs, esp. the larger species with square or rounded tails.
  2. House Sparrow
    a small, hardy, buffy-brown and grey bird,
  3. Myna
    Any of various starlings of southeast Asia, having bluish-black or dark brown coloration and yellow bills. Certain species, especially the hill myna , are known for mimicry of human speech

H. Molluscs

  1. Slugs
    Any of various small, snail like, chiefly terrestrial gastropod mollusks of the genus Limax and related genera, having a slow-moving elongated body with no shell or only a flat rudimentary shell on or under the skin
  2. Snail - Giant African
    Any mollusk of the class Gastropoda, having a spirally coiled shell and a ventral muscular foot on which it slowly glides about

Consult a professional enterprise in dealing with the menace of pests Do a brainstorming with other members of family and get ideas from them. That will make them think and will make sure of their involvement.

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